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'AUSnyson' rose References
Magazine  (2019)  Page(s) 39.  Includes photo(s).
 
Doug Grant,  Review of Newer Roses For The 2017-2018 Season. Shrubs
Lady of Shalott​​​​​​​ Ausnyson.....
Website/Catalog  (2018)  Includes photo(s).
 
(AusnysonLady of Shalott
Rich orange-red buds open to chalice-shaped blooms, filled with loosely arranged, orange petals.  The surrounding outer petals are salmon-pink with beautifully contrasting golden-yellow undersides.  There is a pleasant, warm Tea fragrance, with hints of spiced apple and cloves.  It quickly forms a large, bushy shrub with slightly arching stems and mid-green leaves, which have attractive, slightly bronzed tones when young.  The name is taken from one of Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poems to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his birth.  David Austin, 2009. [...]
Named for the Tennyson Society.  The name is taken from one of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s poems to commemorate the 200th anniversary of his birth.  The poem tells the story of The Lady of Shalott, who lived in a castle close to King Arthur’s Camelot and was held in a spell.
Magazine  (2018)  Page(s) 41.  Includes photo(s).
 
Doug Grant,  Review of Newer Roses For The 2016-2017 Season. Shrubs.
Lady of Shalott​​​​​​​ Ausnyson.....
Magazine  (2016)  Page(s) 43.  Includes photo(s).
 
Doug Grant,  Review of Newer Roses For The 2015-2016 Season. Shrubs.
Lady of Shallot​​​​​​​.....
Magazine  (2014)  Page(s) 39.  Includes photo(s).
 
Lady of Shalott
Magazine  (Sep 2010)  Page(s) 74.  
 
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'Ausnyson', S, ob, 2010, (Lady of Shalott), [seedling x seedling] David Austin Roses, Ltd .... description
Magazine  (2009)  Page(s) 13. Vol 103. part 1.  Includes photo(s).
 
A floriferous variety, producing clusters of flowers, held well above the foliage. The young buds are a rich orange-red, opening to form chalice-shaped blooms with loosely arranged petals. The mixed copper shade is similar to that first seen in 'Pat Austin'. The pleasant tea fragrance has hints of spiced apple and cloves. 'Lady of Shallot' quickly forms a large bushy shrub with slightly arching stems. The mid-green foliage has bronzed tones when young and there are relatively few thorns. The name comes from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem of the same name, to celebrate the 200th anniversary of his birth. The Lady of Shallot lived in a castle close to King Arthur's Camelot and was held under a spell until she saw the reflection of Sir Lancelot in a mirror.

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